Our UHN programs and services are among the most advanced in the world. We have grouped our physicians, staff, services and resources into 10 medical programs to meet the needs of our patients and help us make the most of our resources.
University Health Network is a health care and medical research organization in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The scope of research and complexity of cases at UHN has made us a national and international source for discovery, education and patient care.
Our 10 medical programs are spread across eight hospital sites – Princess Margaret, Toronto General, Toronto Rehab’s five sites, Toronto Western – as well as our education programs through the Michener Institute of Education at UHN. Learn more about the services, programs and amenities offered at each location.
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When people come together, the risk of infection with COVID-19 increases. To lower the chances of COVID-19 for our patients and staff, we will be cancelling some clinic visits for patients who are currently well, and are coming to UHN for routine check-ups or other non-urgent reasons. These appointments will be rebooked for a later date.Depending on the reason for your appointment,
your health care team may offer you a "virtual" visit. This will only be offered as an option if it is safe to do so. This could be a phone call, or a video chat. Clinic staff may ask you what technology you have access to and are comfortable using. Please let them know if you have any concerns.
Surgeries will continue as planned for now. Surgeries that are needed to save a life will go ahead, but other surgeries may be cancelled in the near future. If you have any questions about an upcoming surgery please call your surgeon's office to speak with a member of the care team.
Everyone entering UHN must wear a mask. You will be given a mask by screening staff. If you are wearing a mask from home, staff will check to be sure it is effective. You must wear your mask at all times while inside UHN. More
information about masks »
You must wash your hands when you enter the hospital, and before and after putting on a mask. If you are wearing gloves, you will be asked to remove them and discard them or put them away to wash your hands properly. We recommend that you wash your hands often throughout your visit.
UHN screening staff are at each entrance. Please answer their questions honestly. Patients who have symptoms will still be permitted to access the hospital. Essential Care Partners who have symptoms will not be allowed to enter. More information on
arriving at UHN »
Online Screening Tool for Patients
Use the new online self-screening tool:
Note: this tool is for
patients with appointments only. Visitors must be screened by entrance screening staff. If you do not receive a PASS screen, you will still be allowed to enter, but you may be asked take extra precautions to get to your appointment safely.
Outpatients are allowed one Essential Care Partner to accompany them to their appointment, if essential (e.g., if someone has mobility, cognitive needs, significant language barriers, under 18 years, intellectual or developmental disability).
An Essential Care Partner might be a family member, friend, neighbour, paid private caregiver, or someone else. It is up to the patient to choose their Essential Care Partner. UHN encourages all Essential Care Partners to be part of a patient's "safe social circle". For more information on safe social circles, please visit the
Government of Ontario website.
Please visit our
COVID-19 Visitor Guidelines page for the most current information.
When you enter the hospital, you will be asked to sanitize your hands after answering the screening questions. Hand sanitizer is provided at the doors.Please note, gloves are not a substitute for hand hygiene. If you are wearing gloves, you will be asked to remove your gloves and apply hand sanitizer.
Please do not come to the hospital for a clinic appointment, test or other procedure if you have any of the following symptoms:
Find a list of all our clinics, tests, and procedures »
If you have one or more of these symptoms, call your clinic. Talk to the staff about:
If your clinic tells you to come to the hospital, and you have any of these symptoms, you will be asked to wear a mask and use hand sanitizer. We will take you to your appointment, where we will talk about options for your care.
Visitors will be turned away if they show any symptoms during the screening process.
Yes. At this time, there is no change to our Service Animal policy. Please bring any documentation you have about your animal with you in case you are asked to show it during screening to enter the hospital. Emotional Support Animals will also be permitted at this time, in areas where it is safe to do so. Please note that other personal pets will not be permitted.For more details, including where Service Animals are and are not permitted, please read the
AODA Customer Service Policy .
Yes. Our Emergency Departments, located at TGH and TWH, continue to provide care to those with urgent needs. All patients will be screened for COVID-19 when they arrive, and will be isolated if needed/
Our health care teams are working hard to prevent the spread of infection. Please help by respecting rules around physical distancing, hand hygiene, letting them know about your symptoms and travel history, and by properly covering your cough or sneezes.
If you are having difficulty breathing or experiencing other severe symptoms, call 911 immediately. Advise them of your symptoms and any travel history.If you have mild symptoms, do not come to the Emergency Department. Self-isolate and call your primary care provider, Telehealth Ontario, or use an online assessment tool to see if you need to be tested or how to access further care, if needed.
The most important thing to do is to
self-isolate. Self-isolating stops the spread of germs and prevents others from getting sick. Stay at home and avoid non-essential contact with others until you get the result of your COVID-19 test.
Hand hygiene is the best way to prevent the spread of infections. Remember to wash your hands:
Please note, if you are coming to our sites for an appointment, you will be asked to sanitize your hands after answering the screening questions. Hand sanitizer is provided at the doors. Please note, gloves do not serve as a substitute for hand hygiene. If you are wearing gloves, you will be asked to remove your gloves and apply hand sanitizer.
Yes, our outpatient pharmacies remain open.
Yes. Food courts will remain open for patients, their visitors and TeamUHN. Please pick up your food and
do not sit in the food court.
In the spirit of social distancing, patients and visitors will not be able to use the UHN shuttle that travels between Toronto General Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital.